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Corey Oswalt was sent to the injured list on Friday with right biceps tendinitis. David Peterson was activated in a corresponding move.
Oswalt came out of the bullpen initially to replace Peterson in the starting rotation after the latter went down with shoulder fatigue earlier in August. Oswalt registered a 5.11 ERA, 1.216 WHIP, and a 10:2 K/BB ratio over 12.1 innings.
Mets pitcher Corey Oswalt allowed two earned runs on five hits and no walks while striking out four over 4 1/3 innings in a no-decision against the Marlins on Tuesday.
Oswalt jumped into the rotation with David Peterson going on the injured list, and he will likely stick around for at least one more turn due to the number of injuries to New York's starting pitchers. He will take a 7.56 ERA into his next start, which should come against the Yankees at home.
Oswalt was charged with two runs in three innings in a no decision. He struck out four batters, walked one and gave up five hits.
The big damage came when Rhys Hoskins blasted a two-run shot in the 1st inning. He played the role of the "opener" in a spot start for the Mets. He should go back to the bullpen going forward.
Corey Oswalt allowed four runs on nine hits and one walk, striking out two throughout six innings during Thursday's game against the Phillies.
Oswalt pitched six innings, well into the game against the Phillies, allowing four runs. The Mets offense led both the Mets, and Oswalt, to the win. Fantasy owners should only use Oswalt if there is a good option to stream him against.
Corey Oswalt allowed three runs on six hits and only one walk while striking out three during the six innings he pitched on Saturday night against the Marlins.
This performance by Oswalt was much like his last start, he pitched well but had low strikeouts. He may be kept in the rotation for the Mets and gain more experience for next year. If Oswalt is kept in the rotation, fantasy owners could use him as a streaming option, given the matchup is a good one.